DevSecOps Engineering (DSOE)℠ Certification

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DevSecOps Engineering (DSOE)℠ Certification

DevOps / DevSecOps Engineering (DSOE)℠ Certification
  • Prevalent software development philosophy
  • High-velocity development practice
  • Accredited by the DevOps Institute
  • Expert tutor support
  • Increase earning potential by 25%
  • Exam simulator and revision modules

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Key Features

Duration of access:
6 months

Training hours:
16+ hours

Accredited by:
DevOps Institute

Training delivered by:
Good e-Learning

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Introduction

The high-stakes world of business and IT demands a level of efficiency and collaboration that a growing number of organizations are achieving through the DevOps methodology. By bridging the gap between the traditionally siloed departments of Development and Operations, DevOps builds environments of shared insight, experience, and resources that can deliver exceptional benefits in terms of collaboration, speed, and efficiency. At the same time, the methodology’s emphasis on automation enables far greater reliability for essential processes across multiple teams.

However, the speed offered by DevOps can be hindered by traditional security practices, with irregular and insufficient checks often causing bottlenecks prior to the point of completion. ‘DevSecOps’ incorporates security into DevOps practices, enabling regular and automated checks that ease the burden on security staff while also exposing other teams to security considerations. In essence, it enables users to fully enjoy the benefits of DevOps without having to sacrifice speed or security for clients and their data.

The high-stakes world of business and IT demands a level of efficiency and collaboration that a growing number of organizations are achieving through the DevOps methodology. By bridging the gap between the traditionally siloed departments of Development and Operations, DevOps builds environments of shared insight, experience, and resources that can deliver exceptional benefits in terms of collaboration, speed, and efficiency. At the same time, the methodology’s emphasis on automation enables far greater reliability for essential processes across multiple teams.

However, the speed offered by DevOps can be hindered by traditional security practices, with irregular and insufficient checks often causing bottlenecks prior to the point of completion. ‘DevSecOps’ incorporates security into DevOps practices, enabling regular and automated checks that ease the burden on security staff while also exposing other teams to security considerations. In essence, it enables users to fully enjoy the benefits of DevOps without having to sacrifice speed or security for clients and their data.

More about the course
Security has long been a consideration for DevOps engineers, with concepts like ‘Rugged DevOps’ having been common topics among practitioners. DevSecOps incorporates many of these best practices and more, enabling engineers and security staff to improve on DevOps cultures while also expanding the understanding of managers, directors, and corporate stakeholders.

This course offers access to a number of DevSecOps training assets designed by highly experienced practitioners and subject matter experts. These include interactive slides, instructor-led videos, and a practice exam simulator. Students can also enjoy FREE exam vouchers for the official DevSecOps Engineering (DSOE) examination.

Benefits for Individuals

The DevOps community is continuing to grow, with certified practitioners often enjoying better career and networking opportunities than non-certified colleagues. Not only is security a hot topic within DevOps itself, but with developments like GDPR regularly drawing attention to its importance, security specialists are finding themselves in increasingly high demand.

This course is designed to prepare students to not only sit and pass the DevSecOps Engineering (DSOE) certification exam, but also to gain actionable insight which they can begin applying in real-world organizations. The Orbus Support Team is also fully qualified to answer questions on course content, equipping students with an invaluable resource as they progress through the syllabus.

Benefits for Organizations

Organizations that fail to fully incorporate modern security practices into development and operations can suffer substantial penalties to speed and efficiency. DevSecOps has practitioners apply automated security checks throughout all essential processes, highlighting potential issues early on so that they can be dealt with swiftly. This helps to prevent substantial problems arising just prior to or after the point of release, reducing the likelihood of either significant delays or flawed end products.

This course was developed by Good e-Learning, an award-winning online training provider and a Trusted Education Provider for the DevOps Institute. The course is fully accredited, and there are no prerequisites for sitting the DevSecOps Engineering (DSOE) certification exam. In other words, the course is ideal for both experienced DevOps practitioners who wish to update their knowledge and relative newcomers who want to start out with the latest version of the worldwide methodology.

Course Outline

Course Overview and Recap
Learning Objectives

This module introduces students to the course by outlining the course structure and lesson plan. It also refreshes students on the contents of the DevOps Foundation syllabus to put them in the correct frame of mind for expanding their knowledge of the methodology.

Students are also provided with a toolkit which includes:

  • Table of contents
  • DevOps Foundation reference sheet
  • DevSecOps reference sheet
  • Skills self-audit form
  • Glossary
  • Build your own glossary
  • Further resources
  • Diagram pack

The module concludes by taking students through the details of the DevSecOps Engineering (DSOE) examination. They are also given a list of further reading, which will aid them throughout the remainder of the course.

Module 1: An Introduction to DevSecOps Engineering
Learning Objectives

Following on from DevOps Foundation, this module looks at exactly what DevSecOps actually is. It compares the new methodology with classic DevOps, while also introducing the value of having a reliable and efficient security framework. By the end of the module, students will be familiar with the principles, concepts, and purposes of DevSecOps.

The module also demonstrates the importance of scaling through automation, as well as business transformation.

Module 2: Culture and Management
Learning Objectives

This module looks at mindset, cultural, and managerial change, and the role each of them plays in implementing DevSecOps. Students will study organizational types and cultures, along with the incentive model and advice process. They will also learn several simple techniques for optimizing team performance.

The module also examines the importance of resilience and creating generative cultures when utilizing the DevSecOps methodology.

Module 3: Strategic Considerations
Learning Objectives

This module looks at the key concepts of DevSecOps that require planning and strategic thinking. It pays particularly close attention to the associated metrics, context, and attack paths, along with threat modeling and risk management processes.

Module 4: Security Considerations
Learning Objectives

This module examines the security considerations that DevSecOps engineers must be familiar with.

It looks at several security concepts, including security hygiene, federated identity, log management, architecture, and checkbox traps. Students will come to understand the meaning behind each term, along with their relevance to larger security systems.

Module 5: Identity and Access Management
Learning Objectives

This module starts by discussing the technical details of essential security practices involved in DevSecOps programs.

It has a particularly strong focus on IAM, along with resource management.

Module 6: Application Security
Learning Objectives

This module takes students through several measures for improving an application’s security, along with practices, tools, and concepts that developers can use to optimize security and repair or prevent vulnerabilities.

The module also looks at software composition analysis and threat modeling. By the end of the module, students will understand how to integrate findings into daily tasks, as well as how to utilize security tools within pipeline development processes.

Module 7: Operational Security
Learning Objectives

This module examines additional practices used for optimizing security within operations environments. It also demonstrates how DevSecOps practices can be scaled to suit larger enterprises.

Students will learn more about security hygiene, patch management, and vulnerability, along with the ‘shift-left mindset’ and why it is applied to pre-secured environments.

The module also re-emphasizes the importance of cultural transformation for successfully applying DevSecOps, building cooperative teams, and doing away with internal competition.

Module 8: GRC and Audit
Learning Objectives

This module takes a close look at Governance, Risk Management, and Compliance (GRC), along with the related concepts and security principles. Students will learn about GRC within the context of DevSecOps, as well as the importance of utilizing the shift-left mindset when approaching auditing and compliance.

By the end of the module, students will be familiar with the key concepts of GRC and auditing, along with policy as code. They will have a strong understanding of how to apply GRC considerations in practice, as well as a healthy awareness of the harmful myths on the separation of duties.

Module 9: Logging, Monitoring and Response
Learning Objectives

This penultimate module looks at the processes, benefits, and approaches of incident response, log management, and threat intelligence integration and info sharing.

Practice Exam Simulators and Course Wrap-up
Learning Objectives

This module offers two practice exams to help students prepare for the DevSecOps Engineering (DSOE) certification exam. One was created by the DevOps Institute, while the other was developed by Good e-Learning.

Students can contact the Good e-Learning team to request a FREE exam voucher once they feel ready to sit the real exam.

  • Six months’ access from the date of purchase to complete your training
  • 16+ hours of online training content
  • An interactive and engaging training experience
  • Exam voucher
  • Exam simulator with two mock/practice exams
  • Additional revision modules
  • Searchable microlearning units and modules
  • On/off tracker
  • Access through multiple devices
  • Offline player for studying on the move
  • Access to Orbus’ Learning Ecosystem, including:
    • Detailed personal performance report
    • Enrolment in a community for business and IT professionals
    • Free resource center (articles, case studies, white papers, etc.)
    • Support suite
    • Tutor support

What is DevSecOps?

DevSecOps is a methodology that combines development, security, and operations, encouraging collaboration between teams while also automating key processes for the sake of speed and reliability.

Is this DevSecOps Engineering certification course accredited?

Yes, this DevSecOps Engineering (DSOE) certification course is accredited by the DevOps Institute.

What are the prerequisites for this course?

There are no formal prerequisites for this course.

What is the duration of this course?

The seat time of the course is approximately 16 hours. This includes all the learning modules, revision modules, module-level assessments, and mock exams.

How long can users access this course?

Learners receive six months of access from the purchase date of the course.

How long is the exam voucher valid for?

The exam vouchers are valid for 12 months.

How can the exam be taken?

The course includes an exam voucher for the DevSecOps Engineering (DSOE) examination. The exam can be taken virtually online using a service provided by PeopleCert.

Please ensure your device meets the system requirements before booking your exam. You can do this via this online test. Please visit the PeopleCert website for more information and guidance.

When you are ready to take the exam, please contact us at training.support@orbussoftware.com.

Does the course include a manual?

The course does not include a manual.

What is an exam simulator?

The purpose of the exam simulator is to provide learners with a simulated environment for taking mock exams. This can help them prepare for the DevSecOps Engineering (DSOE) certification exam. The mock exams are timed and scored on the simulator.

What is a revision module?

The revision module is designed to provide learners with a summarized revision of the key topics covered in the course. The module also includes tips and guides that can help learners with their exam preparation work.

How does the on/off tracker work?

The online tracker provides an ideal time duration to complete the course. It gives users a reminder when they go off-track. Please note that the tracker is an optional feature that works on a recommended timeframe. It does not have any impact on the duration of user access.

Which Learning Management System (LMS) does the course use?

The Docebo LMS is integrated into the Orbus Learning Ecosystem.

What are the minimum system and browser requirements?

Click here to view the latest system and browser requirements for efficiently running this course.

How can I get help?

For tutor, technical and administrative support, please contact us at training.support@orbussoftware.com.

This course is delivered by Good e-Learning, which is a fully accredited training provider.

This course is delivered by Good e-Learning who are the accredited training provider.

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Key Features

Duration of access:
6 months

Training hours:
16+ hours

Accredited by:
DevOps Institute

Training delivered by:
Good e-Learning

Free Exam Voucher

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